Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
SE Cherry Blossom Park neighborhood
I am a community health advocate with my tribe and have always have been interested in brain health since the 80's. Almost ready to retire but consider myself a life long learner. Single and no sweetheart in my life except by beautiful granddaughters.
What do you love about Portland?
I love all the arts in Portland. I have a lot of family here in Portland and enjoy all of the many opportunities and diversity that the city offers. Foods, plays, music, lectures, and the fact that I a an alumni of PSU.
I love most kinds of music but have to pass on the hard rock and bad language of some of the rap music. Other than that I have to say Love songs in all venues are my favorite.
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
I like the area of Portland that I live in. Cherry Blossom Park is close to the freeway, the Portland Adventist hospital that all of my children were born in, and in addition it is very close to my work place. I live next door to my cousin that I love and it is a very quiet court.
Always keep in mind what you want to happen.
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